More than two thousand stood in solidarity with Calgary firefighters, police, EMS, nurses, doctors, AHS and City of Calgary workers, who are opposed to mandated vaccines...
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"I submit that as Premier of Alberta you should immediately draft, introduce and pass legislation to unilaterally declare English as the only official language of Alberta,"...
And Cpl. Laurel Scott said RCMP will not be conducting media interviews on the case.
As a critical economic and social driver, teams will be required to share a portion of proceeds received with local charities.
"My constituents haven't quite seen the link between some some of the restriction is place and COVID."
And Kenney challenged critics of his lockdown plan to come up with a better idea that wouldn't see COVID-19 death rates soar and hospitals be swamped.
Neil McCullough tells of being held in an isolation centre for 11 days
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney is proving how unreliable Canadians can be in front of their largest trading partner and ally.
A total of 80 staff members will have to go, with 60 positions being eliminated. One-quarter of the jobs being cut are from middle management.